10667 Fremont Pike
Perrysburg, OH 43551
Phone: (419) 874-8771
Fax: (419) 874-8774
10667 Fremont Pike, Perrysburg, OH, US, 43551
- Phone: (419) 874-8771
- Fax: (419) 874-8774
This is a comedy club, and a restaurant. Some of the most famous comedians such a Drew Carey have had shows here. See who is coming up this month.
AAA affiliate of the Detroit Tigers whom play their regular season games from April to September at Fifth Third Field.
Fifth Third Field is a popular baseball stadium that hosts many state championships and other tournaments, leagues and so on. Built in 2002, it can house 10,300 people and has a very eclectic facade. The stadium is well facilitated with a large concourse, training rooms, video scoreboards and so on. Hoards of baseball fans crowd here to cheer, roar and catch their stars in action.
Huntington Center is the $105 million dollar state-of-the-art multi-purpose arena that hosts several events in sports, music, arts, dance and other performing arts. Many matches, leagues and championships are played here along with community events, family shows, recreational activities and so on. The center has spaces within it like The Aquarium that is open to rentals for birthdays, anniversary dinners, private parties and the Club Level Lounge where you can grab a bite or take a breather.
Community orchestra which offers nine different series, from classics to pops, from September to May.
The Valentine Theatre has been around for over a century now, entertaining the community with numerous plays, musicals, circus performances, dance events and much more. In 1999, the building underwent a much-needed renovation, giving the theater a complete makeover, inside and outside. The drab interior of the auditorium has been replaced by plush red seats, drapes and a gorgeous chandelier. All the spaces within the theater can also be rented out for private events and receptions.
The East Coast League affiliate for the NHL Detroit Red Wings. They play their regular season home games at the Toledo Sports Arena from October to April.
A downtown Toledo icon, The Ottawa Tavern has been in existence since 1925. A known favorite among locals and an acquired favorite by locals, this tavern is popular not just for its selection of beers and cocktails, which are impressive enough, but also for its delectable food and intriguing live entertainment. So, drop by here for one of their delicious burgers or sandwiches, or to listen to some excellent local talent, or just come for a cold beer, and you will definitely enjoy yourself. See the website or call to know more.
Volunteer community theatre, incorporated in 1956, which presents a wide variety of productions every year.
Classical ballet and contemporary dance group offering spring and fall productions each year.
Nostalgic drive-in theatre showing first-run movies on two screens nightly from April through October.
Features critically-acclaimed films, alternative prodcutions, restored classics and first-run foreign movies.